The list of ghosts on American Horror Story keeps growing. Among the formerly warm bodies we added last week: a woman from the 1920s who coaxed her husband, a doctor with a Frankenstein fetish, into performing abortions on starlets; Moira, who was shot by Constance back when Moira looked like Alexandra Breckenridge; and Hayden, whom Larry murdered because he apparently wants to help Ben not just out of the house but with all of his problems. (Oh come on, you know that's not the last you've seen of her!)
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Unfortunately for the Harmons, Halloween has arrived, the day when the dead are allowed to make like they're living. In the first hour of a two-part Halloween event (Wednesday, 10/9c, FX), series bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck are handing out both tricks and treats. Here's what to expect:
The ThunderCats are back, and guess what? So are the Ro-Bear Berbils!
After a brief hiatus, Lion-O and company continue their search for the scattered three stones. On Friday's episode, "Berbils" (8:30/7:30c on Cartoon Network), they encounter a village of robot bears who ask the ThunderCats to help save them from a slave trader who wants to use them for their technical and construction skills.
Witches watch out: Charles Meade's mother is coming to town!
Stepfanie Kramer has signed on for an episode of The Secret Circle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The 55-year-old actress, best known for her role as Dee Dee McCall on NBC's Hunter, will portray...
Liz And Marie
Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs aren't the only 2 Broke Girls on CBS. Liz and Marie Canavan didn't have a penny to their name when they arrived in Bangkok on The Amazing Race after giving all their cash to a cabbie. So they were forced to walk most of the way to their destination, eventually leading to their elimination. "I think we could've caught up had we had money," Liz tells TVGuide.com. "We could've taken cabs and you saw how unpredictable that got." The twins did get two free cab rides — albeit too late — but they don't regret not asking for them earlier. Find out why — and why they love elephants.
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How far behind Jeremy and Sandy were you?
Marie: Well, we were probably an hour behind them. An hour to two hours. ... We knew we were last.
How come you guys were so short on money when Laurence and Zac could afford two sets of bus tickets?
Marie: Well, we all started [the leg] with $186. When we arrived at that bus station, our cab driver wanted ...
Ashton Kutcher, Ted Danson, James Spader
Ever feel like your favorite TV shows are sharing the same brain? Thanks to contract negotiations, pilot trends and similar cliff-hangers, we've seen several shows treading similar story line territory already this fall. CSI, Law & Order: SVU, The Office and Two and Half Men all replaced lead characters while NCIS and Castle both saw characters on a shrink's couch. But which shows did it better? Below, we pit them against one another and pick a winner...
Nazanin Boniadi, Neil Patrick Harris
Who was Nazanin Boniadi's childhood crush? None other than Neil Patrick Harris.
"I've loved him since I was little. I'm not even joking! I've had a crush on him forever," she tells TVGuide.com. "So to be playing his girlfriend now is surreal."
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When Boniadi landed the part of Nora on How I Met Your Mother last year, little did she know that it would lead to a recurring gig with no end in sight for now — she has "no clue" how many episodes she'll be in this season — never mind the fact that Nora, and not Robin (Cobie Smulders), would be the one to force Barney (Harris) to reevaluate his womanizing lifestyle.
"In real life, too, women love to be that girl who tames the bad boy," Boniadi says. "It's always fun to play that character, especially with Barney Stinson, who's so beloved. You get to act opposite Neil. He's phenomenal. He raises everybody's game. To work opposite him, you have to be at your best and you become better and better as you work with him."
The General Hospital alum got a crash course in slapstick acting — a Harris forte — on Monday's episode when Barney and Nora's planned ...
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas
Did you find Once Upon a Time to be a fun story time?
Tell us what you thought of the new ABC program — and what you think of every new series this season.
Poor Kate. It's difficult to juggle a love life when you're a jet-setting stewardess and undercover spy. Luckily, Goran Visnjic, who once played Dr. Luka Kovac on ER, has the remedy for Pan Am's lovelorn flight attendant.
Beginning Sunday (10/9c on ABC), Visnjic will play debonair Yugoslavian diplomat Niko Lonza, who takes a personal interest in Kate (Kelli Garner) on a flight from New York to Monte Carlo. The precocious redhead has had a hard time of it lately; the CIA put her on notice for disobeying orders and her...
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas
ABC's Once Upon a Time is about to take the fairytale characters out of the world of make believe and bring them into reality.
In the series, (premiering Sunday at 8/7c on ABC), the Evil Queen banishes Snow White, Prince Charming and their fairytale kin to the real-world town of Storybrooke, where they lead normal lives, never realizing who they were. It's not until Henry (Jared Gilmore) drags his estranged mom, tough bail bondsman Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison), into town to help her realize a shocking truth: Fairytales are real, and Emma is the daughter of Snow White.
VIDEO: Watch the first 9 minutes of ABC's Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time will follow Emma as she tries to comprehend this rather surprising turn of events. "She's...